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Savannah Harris has been an excellent investigative reporter, but after the shocking death of her family, regret plagues her for neglecting her husband and child in favor of her work., and she turns her back on her past life.

Except that things keep happening in the area where she’s chosen to hide away. Her best friend may not be who she says she is, and the guy living in one of the outbuildings has a lot of secrets.

Who can she trust? All she wants is to hide away from everything and everyone, but for some reason, she is the only one who can bring truth and justice to play for the migrant workers in the nearby fields and settlements. She’s long given up on God too, but her faith keeps showing up. How is she to keep out of the fray when she’s the one the people are counting on?

This well-written mystery kept my attention because of the characters as well as the plot. I wanted Savannah to come back from her self-imposed exile, but I didn’t want her hurt again. The romantic subplot is a strong point of this novel, as is the faith angle.

I also appreciate a plot that is unpredictable. It keeps me turning the pages. I was happy to discover that this book is the first of three in the Cape Thomas series. I will look for the others.

Christy Barritt

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